TWITTER Week of September 27, 2021 (see last week)
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If you have a pet with certain food allergies, you certainly try to steer away from products with those allergens. Some consumers who tried to do that however discovered that certain Purina dog foods contained the problem ingredients despite labeling to the contrary.
That is our Mouse Print* story this week.
A new study by FINRA, the BBB, and others of scam victims suggests that the people most likely to lose money in a financial scam have certain beliefs: that authority should not be challenged, that good people get rewarded, and that asking too many questions exposes your ignorance. Wrong, wrong, and wrong. Here is the full study.
A class action settlement is pending in which chicken producers allegedly tried to control the price and supply of whole chickens, cut-up whole chicken, and white meat parts. If you bought any of these since 2009 through 2020, you may be entitled to your share of $191-million. File a claim here.
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